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Netball league donates cash for brain tumour research in memory of Gaywood’s Aimee Walton, 29

Presentation by West Norfolk Netball League to Red Wellies in memory of Aimee Walton, 29. Mervyn Wiles, from Red Wellies, accepts the cheque from Heather Freeman, on his right, and Judith Walton, who was Aimee's mother-in-law, on his left MLNF14PT02276

Presentation by West Norfolk Netball League to Red Wellies in memory of Aimee Walton, 29. Mervyn Wiles, from Red Wellies, accepts the cheque from Heather Freeman, on his right, and Judith Walton, who was Aimee's mother-in-law, on his left MLNF14PT02276

Former teammates of brain tumour victim Aimee Walton joined with players from opposing teams to make a donation of £230 to charity in her memory.

Aimee, 29, of Gaywood, who used to play for Misfits netball team, died in October.

West Norfolk Netball league donated the money to Red Wellies, the Middleton-based brain tumour research and awareness charity.

 

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